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39. Cynically relying on the concept of #believewomen that that has been promoted as part of the important #metoo movement, Ms. Heard’s “evidence” rests primarily on her word and that of her dependent friends.
She and they have falsely accused me of violence, although interestingly none of her “witnesses” say they ever witnessed any violence.
And they did this despite the inconvenient truth of my possession of eyewitness statements provided under penalty of perjury and photographs of her converse violence committed against me, overwhelming evidence that her various abuse claims and the injuries that she claimed ensued from them are hoaxes, the fact of her own prior arrest and incarceration for domestic violence against her previous wife, and new witnesses who are now coming forward to describe the brutal violence they suffered at her hands.
She also lied about the circumstances of her domestic violence arrest, and the supposedly homophobic motivations of the arresting officer (a self-described lesbian gay rights activist) under oath. Exhibit A.
40. Indeed, lying under oath, and to courts and government agencies, and suborning or attempting to suborn the perjury of her friends and employees to help her get what she wants or to protect her from criminal prosecution, is demonstrably Ms. Heard’s modus operandi.
originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: Irishhaf
Karma has a habit of biting, sooner or later.
Hopefully, in this case, sooner. Before this "person of dubious character" manages to destroy someone else.
From everything I've read and heard, which isn't a lot since I'm not a Hollywood news junkie, he's a very decent guy, who is well thought of in the industry.
originally posted by: 0zzymand0s
Between Amber, Joe Biden and Alyssa Milano, #MeToo is dead.
Rest in pieces.
Ever since Amber Heard came out with her claims that she was abused by her then-husband Johnny Depp, she has been faced with hateful backlash.
I’ll be the first to admit: I have no idea if Heard is telling the truth. There have been so many back-and-forth claims about the two that who knows?
But here’s the kicker – it doesn’t matter.
Heard’s truthfulness aside, her message is sound. If you are a victim of domestic abuse, do not let hate keep you silent. You deserve more.
originally posted by: Xtrozero
This is the problem where ALL women are painted in the light of the innocent and especially with Hollywood or around anyone that is rich and famous we have 1000s of very beautiful and evil women with some serious vile intent going on.
This is not to say there isn't just as many evil men too, but people need to understand that both sides have people that are willing to do harm in getting what they want. Even with someone like Weinstein the vast majority of these women he was involved with were using him as much as he was using them like two sharks circling each other. This is why he had this attitude towards women and it bled over on to other women who were not actually sharks too and that got him into trouble while not even knowing what he did was wrong.... Kind of like how rockstars/rappers etc that would have their roadies go into the crowd and randomly pick pretty women to come back after the show to party and have sex with...
You’ve been stalking and hassling members of the public and their families for days, in a smear you appear to be attempting against me and Johnny Depp. Here I am. Again, tell me your angle and ask me your question right out in the open. I’m waiting.
Do not attempt to contact me, my wife, or other family members via telephone or any other means. This is no longer borderline harassment. It IS harassment.
Why is a NYT national security reporter covering a #metoo abuse hoax and targeting the public? How long does it take 2 of you to write me your story angle and openly pose your question? How many nyt reporters does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Rachel Abrams is a business reporter for The New York Times. She was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 for public service for reporting that exposed sexual harassment and misconduct.
Ms. Abrams was also part of the team of reporters who covered General Motors’ crisis involving fatal ignition switches and the federal government’s inattention to vehicle defects, which resulted in stricter government oversight of the American auto industry. Her reporting helped uncover the identities of some of G.M.'s earliest known fatalities, revelations that helped some of the victims' families apply for compensation.
Ms. Abrams is originally from Los Angeles and graduated in 2009 from New York University, where she majored in history. Before The Times, she covered the economics of the film industry for Variety.
originally posted by: ColoradoJens
There is a very interesting development. The big guns have been called out against Depp.
WHO is paying her?
Not all women should be believed. Some are liars, just as some men are.
Women don’t have a monopoly on honesty and integrity. We are equally imperfectly human, all as capable of great goodness as we are of great wickedness.